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. from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoeta kotb live from rockefeller plaza. >> wine day wednesday. midweek, january 27, 2016. jenna bush hager filling in while kath takes time off. this is sean mendez. it's called "i know what you did last summer." it's also got camilla. >> i like it. wait. i know, i know, i know >> nice. we have a great show, you guys. we are chockful of celebs today. >> oh, gosh. >> jamie lynn sigler is going to sit down and talk with us, and as you know if you watched
that she's been battling ms and has been doing it for 15 years. she said it was a secret she held close to her heart. she didn't want anybody to know about it. she's such a sweet, strong woman. >> i can't wait. and then we also have comedian chelsea handler. >> oh, my god. >> who knows what she's going to do? she's talking about her more serious side and her new series on "netflix" that has everyone talking. >> if you are thinking about selling your home or you want to freshen it up, we have one of the stars from "million dollar listings new york," and he will tell us the three things that every single homeowner should do in the next few months. that's -- >> i'm excited. >> would you like some words of wisdom? >> please. >> why not? i saw this today. ready? a reporter asked the couple how did you manage to stay together for 65 years, and the woman
when if something was broke, we would fix it, not throw it away. >> i love that. >> isn't that beautiful? well, you know what's funny, i'm working on a piece that's going to run during valentine's week, and i'm not going to give the thing away because it's going to be i think kind of fun, but we did sit down with some couples that had been married 50 years plus, and there was a room full of these couples. i have to tell you, what you gleen from watching people who have been married 52 years, 58 years, 63 years, and they all -- first of ae all laughing, which was part of what i loved. >> key. >> key. one of the couples i loved in particular, and they said we never ever ever go to bed mad. i said wow. he says, yeah. every night i kiss her good night, and every morning i kiss her good morning. so y go to bed mad? he said one time i was mad. >> what did you do? >> i went to sleep on the couch. then guess what happened? she said i opened my eyes and i
and there he was sleeping. they were sorry, and they got up and went to the bedroom. being married 60 plus years, you kind of get it. your folks have been married a long time. >> my parents have been married a long time, but my grandparents have been ma like, 70 plus. >> isn't that amazing? >> henry and i always ask. we have three couples we just adore. my cousin and her husband. henry's parents. he has polio, and she stuck with him in this loving amazing way. then my grandparents. whatever they wanted at our wedding. my grandparents, i can't even talk about because i'll cry, but we always ask my grandparents whenever we get a chance to talk about their love and how they've kept it going because i don't think it's always been easy, but what they say is that they both -- i see this.
it's not just words. both go 75% of the way. you can't just go 50%. they've done it. now you go into their house in houston or maine. they're watching "law and order" really loud. they're holding each other's hands. >> oh, my god. that's great. >> i know your day was amazing because when you see these people -- >> when you see love in front of you. you talk about it g tactile. every couple was reaching across and doing this, without even thinking about it. they weren't sitting like, you know, rigid. they were always touching and all that. it just -- you know what, it gives you hope because it is true. a lot of marriages end. they go none of them had big weddings. none of them had big engagements. it was big nothing. all they did was they built it on love. >> they focused on the marriage, not the parties. yes. >> recently -- this really will make me cry, but i have to say it.
said, you know, my grandpa is older, and my grandma is too, jeez. i said do you ever think about the day when gampy won't be here anymore, and she said no because there won't be a day. he'll die, and i will die right after. i can't imagine a life without him. you know, henry and i can complain about mundane -- you can't top it in life to get bogged down by life, but when i think about that, i'm, like, jeez, can i -- who cares about the dishes? who cares about the dirty underwear he leaves on the ground? they're not dirty. you know, it's about the commitment and putting it first. >> i love that we started with that because we're about to make a sharp turn to something that's not so mushy. guess what, one direction may break up. i know. >> speaking of marriages. >> talk about heartbreaking. no, we don't know if it's true, but the band did debut a new music video, and it's called entitled "history."
on the rearview mirror. it's over. some people say they're taking a break. anyway, you decide. >> take a look. all of the rumors all of the fights but we always find a way to make out alive thought we were going strong thought we were holding on you and me got a whole lot of history but we'll let it go and make some more we can live forever we can live forever baby, don't you know we can live forever >> now we need the kleenex. >> your grandparents and now this.
i think they're definitely over, right? wron. >> that's kind of emotional that video. who thought that was going to be emotional? >> you know how many tweens will be crying today? >> that's a great song. right? we don't know. we're saying it. if you have watched "the bachelor" like some of you have been doing, and we know, i wonder if you wonder, well, if i were ever on "the bachelor" as one of the women, how long would i make it down the list? would i get ejected in the beginning? would i stay after the first ceremony? who knows? >> thank goodness buzz feed that question. there are eight questions to answer. here are just a few. >> if you fill these out, you'll know -- take it with us. okay. what's your drink of choice? you could choose water, coffee, beer, white wine. >> that was all of them? >> i thought it was water, coffee, or beer? i chose water. then i thought it was white wine or red wine or shots. i said shots. i need water.
>> we need water, but this isn't the one thing you can drink for the rest of your life. it's not like you're strand odd an island. >> maybe it is. >> this is if you were on the bachelor. >> is that what it scienced. >> did you read the question? >> i picked -- all right. okay. number two -- >> this isn't -- >> number two, pick a dream date location. here are the choices. nashville, paris, london, new york city, rome, or tokyo? we both said paris. we're just seeing our answers now together. we're not faking. >> no. >> what is your personal theme song? the choices were drunk in love by beyonce, shake it off by tale swift, mama's broken heart, i write sins not tragedies by panic at the disco, or misery business by paramore or "here" by alicia cara. >> i chose shake it off. >> and i chose drunk in love. >> choose a job title.
>> i love the job titles. >> amateur wine critic, cat lady, aspiring internet star, stock photo model, part-time yogi or dental hygenist. >> i said inspiring internet star. >> i know myself. i am the cat lady. >> you are not. your cat doesn't even live here. >> don't say that. he is in my heart always. he is just in dallas where he is living a better life. >> are you here for the right reasons? here are the choices. this is what "the bachelor" would say. the answers are yes, of course. wait. yes is one. yes, of course. yes, of course. the second one is i'm here for love. the third one is if i'm right. the fourth one is i'm not here to make friends. finally, looks around shiftily. last one is i'm open angling for a spinoff. >> yes, of course. >> define right.
i may -- >> you may get to the hometown date. >> they say you've met the bachelor's family. he met yours. unfortunately, your mom doesn't know about this whole thing and doesn't want to give you a rose because somebody in your family has doubts. >> oh, sad. >> poor, jenna. i only made it to the first -- >> here's why. please read. >> unfortunately, the bachelor couldn't remember your name on the group date. he hoped he would translate into a sympathy rose, but it didn't. >> you shouldn't have said the cat lady thing. i think if you didn't do the cat lady thing. >> yeah, but i want to be true to myself. >> you are more of an internet -- you are kind of an internet star. you would rather dance in an empty room than sit on the couch. >> and watch a cat? hmm, wrong. >> we have a new best friend that's out there, and we want to know what you think of it. gigi hadid, who is beloved by our donna and many others. >> have you not seen the new picture of gigi? >> she's one of our producers,
>> she's young and hip. >> any time we get her in studio, we try to do it. this is gigi at fashion week. these are her jeans. >> this is the extreme ripped jean look. >> if you can tell, they go all the way up to the thigh. >> glamour called them the hot new denim trend. >> the thing about them, you wear ripped jeans. >> yeah, but i don't wear mine up like that. i wear the kind of jeans that everybody wears. >> yeah, yeah. i wear those. the thing is if they go -- henry always loves when i wear them too. again, i married an 80-year-old man in a 34-year-old body -- or whatever he is, 38. where did you get those? did you fall out of a car? like, what happened? did you get dragged so they ripped it. no, babe. you bought them like that? how old are you? nobody ever says that to you? >> no. my mom does not -- she doesn't like them because she thinks they look trashy. >> i don't think i could pull off going with the pockets
>> first of all, we see our spanx through them. >> you don't wear spanx with jeans. >> oh, yes, i do. >> there is a baby who needs to be held by his brother, and sometimes holding a newborn can be scary, so check out this brother's first time holding his baby brother. >> your hand right there. see. good job. you look like you've done that. zoom one more. one more. one more. we got to see. >> he lays in your hand right there. >> watch. calm, calm. and you look like you've done this -- [ crying ] >> do you want to know the truth? i sort of felt like that the first time i held a baby. i cried first, and the first reaction was love. the second was, please, don't cry. >> coming up, we'll color you pretty with the hottest cue are for spring. sometimes we coordinated with her.
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love. it was really nice. >> what were people saying when they heard you had -- >> a lot of people that have ms and just said thank you for speaking up and a lot of people, too, i'm not in the spotlight, but i had a hard time telling people too. it's a really hard thing to accept, and another reason it took me that long too was because i couldn't accept that i had it. i tried everything. i've flown to different countries and tried every quick fix, anything so i could get rid of this disease and move on with my life, but ultimately it is a part of my life, but it's not my whole life. it's not who i am. it doesn't define me. you know, i'm trying to change people's ideas about this disease. >> you were just 20 when you were diagnosed. why did you decide to keep it a secret for so long? >> i was advised and i felt that people would judge me, that people would put limits on me that i didn't necessarily need. i was afraid i wouldn't get hired for work. i was afraid i would get fired
a million different things. also, just, like i didn't want to accept it myself. i didn't want to admit to myself that i had it. >> for a lot of it you didn't even feel sick. >> no. >> you were asymptom attic. >> did you think to yourself do i have this? >> i only thought about it when i had to give myself my in no. i was on broadway at the time. when the symptoms did start to happen, it was hard. you know, 26 years old, and, like, all of a sudden i want to run for a cab, and i can't run. just the ability is no longer there. you know, things that are hard to talk about, but if i'm being open and honest, i'm being open and hones. you have to deal with incontinence issues, which is common for women with ms. i have a young son. you try and keep up with them. it's exhausting for anyone. you know, he knows that mommy
mommy doesn't run the bases. you adjust. >> you have an adorable husband. you're newly married. he is so handsome. >> i agree. >> when you started dating him, did you initially -- did you reveal to him right away? >> yeah. i told him about a week in. i could have kept it a secret, but why? it's a big part of my life, and we fell in love really fast, and i thought he needs to know everything about me. it's a lot. i have bad days. i have days that i'm depressed, and i'm sad, and sometimes he can't fix it, and he just has to let me work through it. it's a hard thing that you have to figure out as a team. >> how does it feel having that kind of love in your life? >> i'm so lucky. >> having a son and a husband. you can see it when you talk about them, you can see that.
i'm really, really lucky. i don't think i would be here today without them. >> talk about how having bo, how having your 2-year-old boy has brought new life to your life? >> oh, my god, he has changed everything for the better. i mean, i -- you know, when i was pregnant, i was riddled with fear that i wouldn't be able to take care of him. i thought what if he runs away, and i can't chase him and protect him, and he gets hurt? i just -- i was so afraid. to be here now, he is 2 1/2, and, like, i don't mean to, like, float my own boat, but i'm killing it as a mom, and i'm doing it. he doesn't know the difference. i'm so proud of myself and empowered, and i think that has helped me a lot with being able to share, you know, what i have. >> well, you are empowering so many people today. we can't thank you enough for coming and sharing with us today. >> thank you. >> you're rocking it. >> you are. >> you guys are so sweet. i'm shocked i'm not crying.
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>> it's wine day wednesday. hoed wra is across the street at the shop at nbc studios ready to play our weekly trivia game who knew. i didn't know it was national spouses day. we're about to test your knowledge on famous couples. the answer if correct, the winner gets $100. if not, they get a signed copy of hoda's new book "where we belong." they're still winners. here in the studio anya, set director of the knot.com. >> did you know it was spouse's day. >> i did know that. you hear about these things. >> over the break before the tease we asked what color dress did sarah jessica parker wear at her wedding ceremony with matthew broderick? was it, a, pink, b, black, or c, green? hoda and i did not know the answer.
she wore a black dress. she said she would wear white if she did it all over again. 90% of brides say they're wearing white to their wedding. >> who do you have over there? >> what's your name, sweelty? >> brook. >> where are you from? >> i'm from texas. >> girl, let's play. all right. here we go. this actress auditioned to play her future husband's girlfriend in a tv show in the 199 0z but didn't get the part? was it jada pink et smith, reece witherspoon, or jennifer aniston? >> i'm going to have to go with jada pinkett. >> it's right! [ applause ] >> okay. so tell us about that. >> it's true. it's true. they met. she was auditioning for his love interest role. she didn't get the part. nia long got the part, but they started dating, and later got married in 1997. >> a long marriage ever since. >> long marriage.
>> awww, we love it. what's your name? >> tammy. >> where are you from? >> texas. >> among u.s. presidents and first ladies, which couple holds the distinction of having the longest marriage? jimmy carter and rosalynn carter, george h.w. bush and barbara bush, ronald reagan and nancy reagan? no pressure. no pressure. jenna is just inside. >> george bush. >> she's right. yes! >> yes, i love that the texas girl knew that fellow texans -- >> of course, you do. they're your grandparents. they've been married 71 years. the next in line would be the carters. >> my grandma always said if they outlive them, the carters could win. >> hoda, who do you got? >> what's your name? >> tony. >> tony is turning -- >> 70, and i'm from fort lauderdale. >> go, girl. tony is a force of nature.
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orl who is the queen of late night talk as host of "chelsea lately." >> now she's brought her controversial humor to netflix. controversial. her new series "chelsea does." she dives into important topics like race and drugs. >> but it does get personal with chelsea when she takes on the topic of marriage, and she consults with a team of experts. take a look. >> as a 40-year-old, i can get up and show you my body and stuff. do you think that i'm too old to get married? [ kids say no ] >> you think that i have a decent figure? [ kids say yes ] >> thank you. i know. >> thank you. i know. that was a little genius bit there. >> it's great to be validated by 2-year-olds. >> sometimes more refreshing to talk to than adults. >> exactly. i would love to hang out with a bunch of 2-year-olds. not as my children. you can r the and -- >> i have one you can borrow. you want to borrow mine? >> i would borrow that. >> rent them. >> by the way, we've missed you from tv. >> oh, thank you.
chelsea coming back, and what's she going to do? you kind of made a splash. what are you going to do? >> i'm back. i'm on netflix. i'm hanetflix. it's the best place for me to be. >> why is that? >> people are smart. they give their opinions, and they respect them. it's a whole new world for me. i get to do documentary that is are totally me. they're not documentaries like i think i'm barbara walters. obviously no one is. not even barbara walters is. just because i'm fascinated why people continue to get marriage, and then one on racism, someone on silicon valley because that's all about technology, and i hate technology, and i hate my phone, and i want it all to go away. it's supposed to make your life easier, and it's not. then one on drugs because obviously i'm me. >> the drug one, you actually go to peru and par take? >> i do a lot of drugs throughout the documentary just to illustrate to people -- >> was it --
it's a hallucinogen. >> you girls are so white. you're so white, okay? it's a plant-based drug that is -- you do it with a shaman, and you hallucinate. another one of my favorite things to do. you kind see all this imagery from your childhood. some people it really transforms their lives. >> did it transform yours? >> no, because i've done a lot of drugs, and it didn't get to me. smoo what do you think about the whole controversy of the oscars >> i don't think chris rock is going to back out. he has to represent. he is going to go. being a touchy subject for a white person to comment ate on. commenting on it. i'm not black, and i don't know what it feels like to be excluded. it is hard to say. black people to be nominated every year. you can't just nominate them beca they're black. they have to be nominated -- movies. absolutely. it's a tricky argument and one that i shouldn't comment on.
>> i did, so already in trouble. >> i visited "chelsea lately" when you were there, and it felt like such a family. i was telling that to hoda this morning. does this new show feel that way too? the people you are working with. >> i have some people from my old show that's on my new show. not tons. it's a completely different thing that i'm doing. it's not serious. it's more serious than what i was doing, which is anything. you know what i mean? it's still me and it's still fun and funny and stupid. me asking really stupid questions. i wanted to make it broader so we could talk about politics, we could talk about sexis and racism and drugs. i don't want it to be about celebrities because it's booring if it's the only thing you're doing. we're just starting up getting ready for any new show, which will be in may, but these documentaries, it's like a bridge to kind of show people the direction i'm going. >> if you had to compare your new talk show to some other show, what would it be something like? >> nothing. all those talk shows to me -- there are 11 of them now, and
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listings, new york. he is known for his signature high kick and high profits. >> he'll share his secrets whether you're selling or sprucing up. how are you? >> you're beautiful. >> look at you. >> thank you. you too. >> i like that you're going to break it down into three tips. >> affordable tips. >> what's the presell splurge? >> it's all about the purge. decluttering. this is basically free because everybody can clean. the idea that people are moving because they want more space. you don't want them to look at photos of your place or come home and can't imagine themselves living there. >> this is before. >> a nice living room. very busy carpet. dogs. the dog has to go, right? >> go where? >> well, they have to get out. of the photos. >> the book shelves are very cluttered. right? the after photo when we've cluttered.
the carpet went away and all that light. that's what you want. you want people to be soothed when they come in. not too busy. >> should you lose personal pictures and sports effects. >> yes. all these items have to go. i sell my sellers, start packing before you move out. put everything in boxes. >> people like to clean out. that's why people like to move, right? >> a lot of studies -- we only need a third of the things that we own. we own a lot of stuff. >> number two. >> the neutrals is about making all depersonalized. neutral colors. this is a perfectly fine kitchen. the stone is a little much. the chairs are big. this is a lot going on in the back splash. the idea is to make it soothing. the after photo which is the exact same kitchen. it looks like different kitchens but it's not. new back splash. repainted white. very fresh.
this is just a couple of -- $2,000 is my guess. >> total? >> yes. >> is that fur on the chairs? >> yes. >> look at you, fancy! >> understated, style lish andish and inexpensive. you should do this to increase the value of the home but anybody can do this. >> you get rid of the two clunky chairs. >> that's a lot going on on the back splash. a lot going on. >> next, light it up. talk to us about lighting. >> light is a happier place. everybody loves light, right? so i love many different light sources, like a glow. it's the easiest, least expensive way to make it sophisticated and stylish. this light source, why would you take photos during the night? it looks like a different room. this is the exact same room. we opened it up. mirrors are genius. they're not a light source but
everything look bigger. four points of light. what a big difference. >> you're right. why photograph at night. you're right. >> also like parking spaces, basements. buy those cheap. you can go to ikea. buy the floor lamps, shooting up in the whole room. >> how much did this cost? >> this is just a few hundred dollars. and it's a whole different apartment. >> freddie, thank you for all you do! coming up, everything is rosy when lillianna is around. she has the hottest colors for
>> colors of the year. >> you are actually in the colors now. okay. jenna, you are in serenity, which is a gorgeous blue. >> we did not do this on purpose. >> how did that happen? >> y are always on trend, okay? >> i don't know. hoda, you are in rose quartz. >> pantone did two colors instead of one. sfroo do you think they did it because of us? >> yes. they picked the two best models. let's talk about rose quartz. it's a super easy color to wear. here we have it in a jacket. this is from h & m. it's only $49.99. it's a light weight coat. it can be perfect for spring or layer it under a heavier coat. then we did great shoes. those are from lulu's.comes. i love the ideas of a minibag. that's the new silhouette for spring. then a scarfing. everybody needs a scarf. it's nice to add a little bit of color if you are wearing a black coat or brown coat. add a pop of color. wrap it around. >> when hoda walked in in this. i lot of this.
this is like a neutral pink. sometimes colors of the year are really bold, and you are scared to wear them. then on kelly i love this jacket. it's from macy's bar three. under $50. then we have great accessories on the table as well. shoes, again, from lulu.com. that open cage look. under $40. they look so expensive. we have a great bag that's from urban outfitters cross-body. that petite style, which is really important this season. a blanket scarf, which i love. this is a big poncho style. >> wrap it around. >> $25 on that, and then this is my favorite accessory. okay. the little fur pom pom's. these are only $14.99 from tj max. look. i just attached it to the bag. >> it's so cute. >> you can stick it on one of your -- >> it's faux fur, right? >> lilliana, thank you so much. tomorrow from "fifty shades black" jaen seymour is here. >> also, ambush makeovers and how to organize your house in